Ronald Compton

  • Born: December 4, 1956
  • Died: May 2, 2019
  • Location: Upper Marlboro, Maryland

Greene Funeral Home

814 Franklin Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Tel. (703) 549-0089

Tribute & Message From The Family


Ronald was born on December 4, 1956 and passed away on Thursday, May 2, 2019.

Ronald was a resident of Upper Marlboro, Maryland.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Sorry for your loss May Roman 15 and john 11 verse 25 bring your family comfort

Posted by Rosa Harris - woodbridge, VA - Neighbor   May 14, 2019

My deepest sorrow and condolences to Ron's family and friends. Ron will leave a big hole in the lives of everyone who got to know him. This picture posted of Ron taken at Westminster Church says so much. Peace Be.

Posted by Rita Mansfield-Green - Arlington, VA   May 14, 2019

Ron and I studied music together at UDC. I only ran into him occasionally but he was always the consummate professional and just a great gut to know. He always greets you with a smile and kind word. He was one of the best drummers I have ever had the privilege to know. The DMV music scene will miss him.

Posted by Raymond Haynesworth - Washington - Friend   May 13, 2019

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Posted by Samuel & Marja Green - Augusta, GA   May 12, 2019

To His wife,family, and dearest friends of Ronald Compton: You are in my thoughts and prayers during this time of lost. Ronald and my brothers were good friends and extraordinary musicians during their youth and young adult years.
Pray8ng God's peace, comfort, and strength for you all.
Miister Yvonne Wiggins & Family

Posted by Yvonne Wiggins - Washington, DC   May 11, 2019

Grief can be so very hard, but our special memories can help us to cope. Remember them today and always. 1 Corinthians 15:26.

Posted by A friend   May 10, 2019

Offering my sincere condolences to the Compton family, may you treasure the special memories of Ron help you though this most difficult time.

Posted by JJ - MD   May 09, 2019

The smile, the laughter, the kindness, the sharing, the caring, We,me and two other music teachers, and Ron shared a space in time at Spring Hill Lake ES. I thought of him often this week. He was so cool, so talented, so full of grace, a gentle man, a true gentleman.

Posted by cj Rogero - Upper Marlboro, MD - Friend   May 09, 2019

I first met Ron at Ketcham Elementary where I was the Tech. Coordinator and he was the music teacher. Ron was a true spirit, nothing phony about him. He always had a smile and giving me friendly advise and encouragement, laughter and wisdom. Always We talked about music, because we both loved jazz and jazz history. I would go to see his performances at local venues. I am sad losing a comrade and friend like Mr. Ron Compton. Rest in Paradise, you will be truly missed. Kenneth Wilcots

Posted by Kenneth Wilcots - Washington, DC - Coworker   May 08, 2019